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in the lululemon murder trial. if a judge ruled yesterday regarding the use of graphic photographs. >> and police have been pillars of a young man on a metrobus at, who who were caught on surveillance video. good morning washington at 5:00" starts now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> rise and shine. it's wednesday, october 26. i am pamela brown. >> i am scott thuman. glad to have you with us. we begin with traffic and weather as we do every 10 minutes. lisa baden in a moment. we get to steve rudin first. nice temperatures. >> yesterday we had bright sunshine, temperatures in the upper 60's, low 70's. today is the transition, the in between day. 54 degrees at reagan national. we have lost one degree compared to last hour. 51 at dulles airport. satellite and radar, not bad out there right now, but you will notice clouds continue to increase throughout the morning and afternoon. this is part of a stronger cold front to the north and west that it will eventually bring us and showers later on tonight into the day tomorrow. next 48 hours, better chance for areas o
, today marks a u.s. went tothe in afghanistan. mixed emotions on progress in the battle zone. if good morning washington at begins now. live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> it's 5:00 a.m., good morning, washington. friday, october 7. i am natasha barrett. >> i am cynne simpson. first, meteorologist adam caskey. >> it's a little cooler than at this be warmings will day and through the weekend. the study's numbers. d.c., 45. 44 degrees in and warrenton. areas of patchy fog especially west of the metro area. 46 in hagerstown. prize in the low 70's today with sunshine. average high is 71. the weekend, 80 degrees. low 80's by sunday. morning temperatures on 50's. >>> overnight construction barrels being put to bed. 66 eastbound had to exit on to loop, but that is changing. southbound 95 virginia 7100, an accident is gone. in maryland we have a live camera of the beltway at avenue and road and over to the boulevard, things are improving. 395 north of duke street in camera, looks ok, traffic is headed away from us. the growing unemployment rates and di
us at some time to your drive. looks good on the greenway, the toll road, 66. 270 in clarksburg, let's show you the pace growing -- a pace is good, but the volume is growing. we will have more than a little while. now to news. >>> on abc 7, an incredible scene as a nightmare commute unfolded last night for thousands of metro riders. a man was struck by a train at the clarendon station. that investigation if led to the closure of five busy stops. >> pamela brown joins us from the rosslyn station this morning where many commuters were forced to wickes a backup plan. good morning. >> good morning. that's right. that plan includes four lot of people walking miles just to get home. for others they had to wait a long time to catch a bus. a lot of passengers still reeling this morning for what they went through last night. these pictures show the height of the madness during yesterday's evening rush. >> it is hot, walking up the escalators was tiresome. >> large crowds of passengers being forced out of stations all at once from rosslyn day ballston after the orange and blue lines came to a
, october 6. thanks for waking up with us. i am cynne simpson. >> i am natasha barrett. >> comfortable start to the day on this thursday morning, low 50's's and dropping. 52 in arlington 56 in strasbourg virginia, 49 in berkeley springs, along with frostburg. fairly uniform temperatures. 44 ijamsville. upper 60's this afternoon another gorgeous day. open the windows. total sunshine, light and variable wind, not much of the trees. tomorrow, nothing but sunshine high temperatures in the low 70's, a, average. what about the commute? >> average time of the drive means that we have normal delays forming on 95 in dale city. if 66 out of marshall to get to manassas. 270 into montgomery county. no worries on the beltway or 95. let's go to go door still lingering on the inner loop near connecticut avenue. 395 northbound leaving the beltway past edsall road, beautiful as the pentagon. >>> we begin this morning with the devastating losses in the technology world. >> steve jobs, the leader of apple has died at the age of 56. a giant in business technology, and entertainment, he has battled pancreatic ca
to check on traffic and weather. >> adam caskey is taking a look at things for us. >> it is going to be a gusty day for us. in excess of 35 miles per hour at times. reagan national is about 25 miles per hour. this downtown is having cooler air on the cold front that already pushed through. sick -- 55 in culpeper. northwest of the metro, they will be stuck in the upper 50's. locally, mid 60's. d.c., 64. a mixture of sun and clouds out there. winds in excess of 35 m.p.h.. how was the commute? >>> is improving. there were quick to arrive on the scene of a crash on the outer loop before connecticut ave. all of the vehicles are onto the shoulder. we will go live in sure you traffic on the outer loop. on their way to the crash. everything is moving well. over on the virginia side, i will give you the all clear at of stafford into springfield. no overnight road work to move out of the way. >> that is what we like to hear. there are concerns this morning about the cost of the first phase of the polis rail project. the airport authority said that the project could go $150 million over budg
are still here. the intensity is still behind us even though the permit expires today. for the past couple days they have had a peaceful protests all around city, but things got a little aggressive on the weekend and some protesters tried to get inside air and space museum. this youtube video shows exactly what protest officials say they did not want damp and cool, a woman on the ground after security guards had to pepper sprayed several people. this morning a permit problems could cause problems as freedom plaza. several dozen protesters have set up shop in a tent city. park police say it's time for the protesters to leave, but many said they are not leaving. >> this is a movement and a cause that is worth the risk. >> there were a handful rasps = -- there were handled arrests this weekend. similar marches are planned today against corporate greed. many of the people here this morning. the same -- many of the people here this morning say that they feel the same, but they are willing to get arrested. they are planning to march to the u.s. capitol later. jummy olabanji, abc 7 news. >>> the
, october 27. i am cynne simpson. >> thanks for waking up with us, i am pamela brown. lisa baden is standing by to help us navigate the commute but we start with meteorologist adam caskey. >> we are attracting light showers across the region. road spray and damp roads to kickstart this thursday morning. all the main arteries across the region have seen rainfall and are seeing it right now. we will have an early-morning battle of showers through the rush hour, then a break. more rain then off to the west. moving east. a few light showers this morning. a cold front will drop into town. high-temperature of 66. the wind will pick up this evening. caller air. low 50's tomorrow with sunshine. freezing conditions noaa of the metro. that's coming up. >>> nothing complicated on the roads. normal travel times on 95 between richmond and baltimore virginia northbound, more of your neighbors hitting the road out of fredericksburg. no problems on the inner loop out uponspringfield headed to tysons. leaving prince frederick and all the way to the andrews air force base is good on route 4. 210 out of accoke
. brianne carter joins us with those overwhelming first moments. >> those first moments back in the u.s. appeared to almost take amanda knox's breath away. >> speaking publicly for the first time as a free woman, amanda knox almost seems out a loss of words. >> i am really overwhelmed right now. >> back in seattle for the first time since she left for italy four years ago, katia said thanks to those who have stood by her. >> thank you to everyone who believed in me, who defended me and supported my family. >> it's a homecoming that could potentially have happened years from now had her 26-year sentence not been overturned. welcome home signs posted all over, it appears her hometown could not be happier to have her back. >> i felt like a big weight came off of me. i'm looking forward to sleeping at night. >> now at the age of 24 is a chance to return to what life was like before all this. >> i just want to go be with my family. so thank you for being there for me. [applause] >> you can hear the motion. steven not take questions. celebrated with her family last night and is waking up this
>> technology versus privacy. a major decision could affect used by police. >> an international pop icon. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> rise and shine, washington. i'm cynne simpson. begin with your traffic every 10 minutes. we will check in with lisa in about first tier is adam caskey. >> 5:00 a.m. sharp and we're the belfort furniture center. overhead and a few sprinkles isolated south of town the northern neck of the eastern on shore. areas of light rain this tuesday morning. otherwise clouds and we're upper 40's.the 47 in rockville. 67 this afternoon. the sunshine into lunch. tomorrow, we are off to the races. the weekend.ugh a nice comfortable pattern. a big improvement. back to normal temperatures by tomorrow. >>> the commute is clearing up. construction mainly. they were working in both directions. on 95.s good clear out to the airport. you to some pictures on the geico cameras to show you interstate 270 travel virginia, we are good near the pentagon. back to the news desk. >> 5:00 and the four year ishtmare for amanda knox over.bout
yelling. someone called 911 and told us about it. it was pretty scary. >> police arrived and arrested 34-year-old mergen battulga. he faces burglary and assault charges. there was eand an e-mail sent to students urging them to be cautious. >>> now for the latest on rescue efforts following sunday's 7.2 magnitude quake in turkey. rescuers continue searching for survivors. aid workers have helped thousands of people left thomas. jummy olabanji has more on the latest developments. >> good morning. the latest numbers on hundred 70 people have been killed in the iroquois. that number is guaranteed to rise as they begin searching through more rubble especially in some villages along the iranian border. the quake yesterday in eastern turkey turn dozens of buildings and rubble. several piles of rubble are several stories high. rescue workers and residents have been searching for trapped survivors and wounded and in some cases they are digging into the debris with their bare hands. witnesses said they could hear screaming people asking for help coming from inside the pope. more than 80 multistory
are closing out the week. it's friday, october 28. thanks for joining us. i am cynne simpson. >> i am pamela borwn. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. we will check in with lisa baden, but we start with meteorologist adam caskey. >> it will become active tonight and tomorrow. locally we will have a few wet snowflakes with no accumulation. north of town near pennsylvania and in the higher elevations out west we could be looking at several inches of snow through the day tomorrow. cold right now. 40 in southeast d.c., 33 in cumberland 4-d and huntingtown along with remington. increasing clouds today, highs in the low 50's. clouds developing later this evening especially farther northwest of the metro. there is a winter storm watch in effect for all counties along the mason-dixon line, along the pennsylvania border, and for the higher elevations out west. that's where we expect manly some areas of snowfall. locally, heavy rains with some wet snowflakes. within the winter storm watch in those counties along the mason- dixon line and higher elevations, we could see several inches
to the murder of his mother. >> the woman was found last night at the condominium. the jummy olabanji joins us with learned.has >> what we know is montgomery atnty detectives are looking case at aperson homicide investigation. they are looking for the 11- son of the victim, seen onwas last about two weeks ago. police say that yesterday they got a call from 51-year-old jane's said that they could not contact her. the fire department got into a dead innd found jane bedroom and noticed that her 11-year-old son william was missing. maybe withe william his mother's car, and 2011 honda crv. that is a small suv. the investigation is ongoing. they have not been able to contact the school to figure out last time william was in class. with thatorking time, the last time seen at the apartment complex. police have issued an amber alert along with maryland state who hassking anyone seen and black suv or the la boy to call 911. >>> more than a dozen people are collisionter a involving two amtrak trains. this happened a few hours ago at station in oakland, california. the trains were both traveling at low sp
murder. officers used to divert dogs to search to local parts. there's no success. they did that turn up anything. even though they're searching for a body, they're still holding out hope that he may still be alive but it together as one community. >> they held this vigil. >> a see him one more time. >> i would hug him one more time. >> i know she is not coming back. >> you want to get william bac. >> they gather outside were last wednesday police found the single mothers stabbed. they cannot find him anywhere. >> will have the ability. why have we not heard from him. >> curtis lopez served 13 years in a prison for attempted murder. police say he will not cooperate. search teams cover the to rain. based on what police are calling a turn in the investigation. >> this is a tragic scenario. >> police say their search turned of nothing significant. investigators continue to develop leads. later they will meet again to discuss their next step forward. >> >> the car racing world's lost one. he flew into a fence. the winner was airlifted to the hospital. that is where he died. he was 33 years o
with north korea regarding war remains. resuming efforts to recover the remains of u.s. service members accounted for from the korean war, estimated at 5500. talks are set to begin today in bangkok. >>> the republican presidential candidates prepared to face off in another debate in since city. president obama continues his bus tour to sell his jobs plan. -- republicans in sin city. john hendren has a preview. >> president obama starting in greensboro today, the second day of his bus tour in north carolina and virginia. he's trying to raise pressure on congress to pass his jobs bill, one piece at a time. he is doing that, a 400 after congress failed to pass the bill as a whole. the first part is $35 billion to help state and local governments to help fund the teachers police are opposites, and firefighters paid for in part by a tax hike on millionaires. joe biden is pushing the jobs measure in pennsylvania and philadelphia later today. the republican presidential candidates will appear tonight at a debate in las vegas. jon huntsman is trying to win friends in new hampshire to hold the n
will give us filtered sunshine later on today. a few evening showers are possible mainly along and east of interstate 95. if you live along and east of 95 especially, you want grab the umbrella handy for later on this evening and tonight. just a few drops. in the 40's later tonight. 50's tomorrow with sunshine by tomorrow afternoon. 50 and sunday by wednesday. -- and suny. >>> a structure fire is reported from prince george's fire department. they're on their way to eastern avenue apt share sarod -- a eastern avenue at sherrif's road. >>> 5:11, 35 degrees outside. >> bad news for the newest iphone 4s. woman: day care can be expensive. so to save some money, i found ononthat uses robots instead of real people. 'cuz robots work for free. robot 1:good morni..... robot 1:...female child. sfx: modem dial-up noise woman: are there flaws? yeah, um, maybe. anncr: thereoc an easier way to save. anncr: get online. go to get a quote. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insuncnce. >>> tech in our top stories, the northeast is still cleaning up the damage left beh
that the protesters have been granted permission to extend their stay. and jummy olabanji joins us from a freedom plaza with more on the decision. >> four months is how long the national park service says this group of protesters can stay here at freedom plaza. whether or not the people in this area like it, a lot of them say they are not going anywhere. cheers rang out after their expired permit was extended by four months. while a victory, many of the protesters say they have no plans of leaving. >> forever. if it takes that. i bought a one-way ticket. >> this movement against corporate greed has been in the district since last week. although several protesters workers sprayed at aerospace museum this weekend, for the most part everything has been peaceful. >> expect more people will be coming down here now that it is legal. >> while the growing intensity does violate the permits, so far they have been allowed to stay, catching the attention of many tourists passing by. >> i don't think it takes four months to get a message across, but if that's what they want to do, i think that's ok. >> at 9:
the midmorning and into the afternoon. this will be pushing away. temperatures for most of us in the 60's right now. 63 la plata. patchy fog and showers this morning. scattered showers through midday. later this afternoon in the skies will start to clear. lots of sunshine saturday and sunday, a 60's on saturday, low 70's on sunday. a dry weekend. the kids will not be able to play sports tomorrow with all the water on the ground. now looked at thseventhe roads. >>> everybody needs to be on their best behavior because of a frog -- fog. i spoke with police about any residual damage. they said no. rock creek park looks pretty good right now. george washington parkway nothing to report right now. the overturned a tractor-trailer accidents a moment ago in maryland is completed league on -- is completely gone. everything is open near route 100. normal travel times in virginia between fredericksburg and springfield on 95. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 5:11 64 agrees. >> a waitress in trouble, accused of trying to poison her boss. we will hear from the boss about the tear falling -- a terrifying ordeal
the nato mission was -- will continue in the u.s. will support libya on the long road to democracy. >> thank you for that report. >>> nato's governing body plant to meet today to decide when and how to end the seven month bombing campaign over libya. the secretary general says that with the death of gaddafi, the moment has now moved much closer. he said the decision to terminate the air strikes would be made in coordination with the un and lydia's interim government. you can buy the latest developments by going to website at >>> alexandria police are looking for the gun that shot and killed a man in the street. the victim was found just after 10:00 last night. he was taken to the hospital and that is where he died. so far, police say they do not know what led up to the shooting. >>> scary moments in a southwest d.c. apartment building. a fire happened on delaware ave. firefighters were there. it developed quickly but there were no injuries. >>> we turn to the very latest developments on a deadly shooting of a metrobus. police say men responsible for the murder were caught
edsall road. the next camera takes us close to the pentagon and the exit for 27 and over to washington boulevard. the final camera is in rosslyn, the overnight bridge construction is gone. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 48 degrees 5:11. >> what you think about a major publicity campaigns when apple launchesny great pioneers before me, guided only by a dream. i'm embarking on a journey of epic proportion. i will travel, from sea to shining sea, through amber waves of grain, and i won't stop until i've helped every driver in america save hundreds on car insurance. well i'm out of the parking lot. that's a good start. geico, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent, or more on car insurance. ♪ i think i'llll grab me a bowl and spoon now ♪ ♪ c crispy flakes lling my name ♪ ♪aaaaaaay! ♪ honey bunches of oats. four grains come together for nutrition in perfect harmony with great taste. honey bunches of oats. >>> texting our top story this tuesday morning, jury selection continues today in a high- profile murder trial. brittany norwood is accused of killing jay
subscribers to agents who can help with treatment, medication, or other problems, either using a cell phone or other device. >> the real key is that these agents, the service that you paid $15 monthly for, has information about you. they know your medications your health history your preferred hospitals, and they keep all that information private. >> that goes on sale today. those are your "tech bytes" and i am rob nelson. >>> traffic and weather every ten minutes. adam caskey joining us. you have been asking for pictures and you got a lot of feedbox -- feedback on facebook and twitter. >> this is from a d.c. resident named mary. she said you don't have to travel far to look at beautiful colors. that's true. that is roosevelt. the building on the upper right side is us. >> in the top window right there. >> the changing colors. you don't after travel far. thank you, mary. and i have a blog that i posted yesterday about how you can send your pictures to us. spotsylvania rainfall total three-quarters of an inch. manassas over a third of an inch. the same in chevy chase and bel
, a marriage, and abortion. >>> congressman darrell issa will chair a hearing today regarding the fate of the u.s. postal service. the agency is nearly $10 billion in debt and dealing with high labor costs. the postal service is proposing an end to saturday delivery and the closure of hundreds of processing plants. >>> speculation on whether to address a republican governor chris christie will run for president is growing. virginia governor bob mcdonnell was asked how we felt about chris christie yesterday on nbc. >> he an extraordinary communicator and a great governor and enormous reforms for the pension system and budget reform. he is such a terrific leader. i think whoever is going to get in needs to immediately. >> he added that he would be surprised if christie enter the race. maryland democratic governor martin o'malley has less flattering things to say. o'malley said chris christie would bring "tremendous entertainment value, but little substance to the presidential race. chris christie has struggled to create jobs, pand new jersey gos the unemployment rate is up 9.5%." >>> we could learn
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